Category Archives: PERSONAL FINANCES

Speaking Gratitude Together: The Thanksgiving Reader

“After all the travel and the cooking and the hassle, for these few minutes, perhaps we can all breathe the same air and think hard about what we’re thankful for.” -Seth Godin We follow Seth Godin’s blog and wanted to … Continue reading

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Getting Into Your Zone (Episode 056)

Be Yourself – and Make Work More Meaningful and Enjoyable! Today, on the Partners 4 Prosperity Podcast, Todd Strobel chats with Tammi Brannan of Instinctive Life Career Development about attracting more clients and finding your purpose. Todd discusses his time … Continue reading

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Escaping the Tax Deferral Trap (Part 1)

“The difference between death and taxes is death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.” –Will Rogers  Busting the Myth of Tax-Deferred “Savings”  Should you be putting money into tax-deferred accounts or after-tax accounts? It’s a big question every investor … Continue reading

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Dream Trips: 5 Steps to the Vacations You Didn’t Know You Could Afford

“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine This week’s post is a guest post from Kate Phillips of Total Wealth. Kate is our marketing and communications manager and we’ve … Continue reading

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Financial Leaks (Episode 055)

Avoiding Fees to Use Your Money This episode of the Partners 4 Prosperity podcast focuses on the financial leaks that build up if we don’t pay attention to our bank statements. Todd Strobel and Kim D.H. Butler discuss multiple ways … Continue reading

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Currency Concerns: Is The U.S. Dollar Stable?

“The chief value of money lies in the fact that one lives in a world in which it is overestimated.” – H. L. Mencken The internet can be a source of reliable news and information, but there is no arguing … Continue reading

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The Entitled Generation: 9 Keys to Raising Financially Responsible Kids

“You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.” ― Abraham Lincoln A few weeks ago, the story of a 22-year-old college student who had blown through her college fund too early, blaming her parents … Continue reading

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